Millennius iNoid Has A 4.3-Inch Touchscreen Running Android 2.1

Millennius iNoid Has A 4.3-Inch Touchscreen Running Android 2.1
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Millennius has just unleashed the follow up to their Apanda Android smartphone onto the Australian market. Called the iNoid, it’s a 4.3-inch 800×480 capacitive touchscreen behemoth with front and rear cameras and toting Android’s 2.1 Eclair operating system.

As you would expect from Millennius, the phone also comes with an extremely attractive price – $399. With a front 1.3MP camera to complement the 5.0MP one on the back, plus the traditional Bluetooth and WiFi functionality, it looks to be a pretty solidly specced phone. The only real weakpoint is the CPU (Marvell pxa935(Tavor P65 728MHZ), which seems lightweight in an era of dual-core mobile CPUs. But to be fair, that kind of power is probably more than enough for the kind of person who only wants to spend $400 on a phone.

At 12.8mm thick, this isn’t the most svelte phone on the market, but it is one of the cheapest, especially for a 4.3-inch handset. Although the guys at Millennius probably should have thought a bit more about the name… iNoid sounds a little too similar to annoyed, which is not what you want to think when buying a phone…